Prices

We are often asked to estimate prices for procedures performed at our hospital.  This can be difficult for patients or problems that we have not seen, but we’ll do our best to let you know what to expect.

We offer a discounted program to encourage responsible pet ownership in our community. This program is available to all cats, but only dogs less than 1 year old. Please call for more information if your dog is older than 12 months.

Below is a list of prices for ovariohysterectomy (spay) and castration (neuter) procedures.  This price includes the pre-surgical exam, anesthesia, surgical procedure and pain medications for the following days at home.  You will have the peace of mind that your pet’s surgery is performed by a trusted veterinarian at a hospital facility capable of handling unexpected needs.

We can discuss the costs of any additional procedures or tests at the time of your pet’s exam.  Please understand that in order to protect other patients, if your pet arrives at the hospital with fleas, treatment is mandatory.  Additional fees may also apply if your pet is in heat, pregnant or lactating, as this extends surgical time.

For more information about making pet care more affordable, see our page on how to save more on veterinary care below:


How To Save On Veterinary Care

Cats

Feline Neuter – $96

Feline Spay – $124


Kitten Packages also available

Dogs Under 1 Year Old

Canine Neuter

1-50 pounds – $222
51-75 pounds – $249
76-100 pounds – $278
Over 100 Pounds – $343

Canine Spay

1-40 pounds – $222

40-70 pounds – $278

70-100 pounds – $332

Over 100 pounds – (estimate can be given after exam)

Dogs Over 1 Year Old

Canine Neuter

1-50 pounds – $334
51-75 pounds – $358
76-100 pounds – $383
Over 100 Pounds – $441

Canine Spay

Under 40 pounds – $383
40-70 pounds – $433
71-90 pounds – $556

91-120 pounds – $622

Over 120 pounds – $688

 

Puppy Packages also available

Rabbits

Rabbit Neuter – $193

Rabbit Spay – $242

Dental Exam & Cleaning

A simple dental cleaning for a younger pet involves an oral exam, anesthesia, dental scaling and polishing.  Unfortunately, due to periodontal disease and other problems, we may also need to extract teeth or perform other treatments.  This makes it very difficult to give an exact price estimate before seeing the patient.

A simple cleaning is around $350, plus $68 if your pet has not had a recent physical exam with us.

Please call if you have other questions.